Alexis Wright’s hugely ambitious tale of rural Australia, Praiseworthy, is a book you don’t so much read but experience and inhabit.
Neil Gaiman asked his online followers, “What reminds you of warmth?”, and from the replies devised a poem graphically brought to life here.
BDRMM aren’t your average static shoegaze mumblers, and this evening they meet the challenge of entertaining a rowdy Saturday crowd.
Watching this exuberant, colourful and warm-hearted musical, adapted from the movie series, is like stepping into the pages of a fairytale.
It’s not all craic and spilled beer with Dundalk folk-rockers The Mary Wallopers… but, in fairness, it mostly is at the Tramshed tonight.
THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER: Joanna Hogg enlists Tilda Swinton and Carly-Sophia Davies for gothic north Walian larks
The Eternal Daughter, creator Joanna Hogg's stab at a ghost story, is ultimately more interested in a mother-daughter relationship than providing scares.
What We Do To Feel, the fourth album to date by Cambridge band Lonely The Brave, is a record of ethereal synths and reverb-laden guitars.
Daniel Weintraub’s new documentary, largely narrated by the late American composer herself through archive footage
David Holmes' first solo album since 2008 roots for outsiders and the displaced:a thought-provoking soundtrack for cruel, angry and turbulent times.
From the first song by Newbury-based singer-songwriter Joe Hicks, it was evident that this was a man comfortable in his musical skin.
Few could pull off a recreation of one of Bob Dylan’s most (in)famous gigs - Manchester Free Trade Hall in 1966 - but Chan Marshall, aka Cat Power, pulls a masterstroke.
The latest postcard from Zach Condon’s musical alias Beirut arrives from the northern Norwegian town of Hadsel.
After 2021’s exceptional I Would Not Live Always, expectations are very high for Look Over The Wall, See The Sky, John Francis Flynn’s second album of traditional Irish folk.
The guys at Steelhouse have hit upon the idea of hosting an away day four months after everyone has come down from the musical and literal high of the 2023 festival.
Empire State Bastard's live performance in Cardiff was filled with raw intensity, flawless synergy, as well as a glimpse of new material.
Worm, Edel Rodriguez's graphic novel-formatted memoir, shows not just his evolution to unfortunately iconic artist, but also his upbringing in smalltown Cuba and escape to Florida.
Calling all foodies! Stuffed: A History Of Good Food And Hard Times In Britain is an eye-opening, mouthwatering tour de force of a culinary encyclopaedia.
Step into the technicolor realm of Pulp's iconic album This Is Hardcore, with Paul Burgess' striking visuals, in The Cinematic World Of Pulp.
Cannes Palme d'Or winner Anatomy of a Fall features an enigmatic performance by Sandra Hüller, tangled relationships, and thorny courtroom drama.
Challenging, ambitious and imperfect, much like its titular heroine, you’d be hard-pressed to find Welsh mythology retold with as much vim and viscera as Branwen: Dadeni.
Dive into Mikhail Shevelev's sharp political thriller Not Russian, delving into history, conflict, and the power of friendship.
Explore the cruelty and obscure obsessions in Camilla Grudova's collection of dark short stories ripe with visceral twists.
Touring their fourth and latest album Dead Club City, Essex’s Nothing But Thieves took Swansea Arena by storm.
Fall Out Boy treat Cardiff to an epic performance of iconic hits, surprises, and electric stage spectacles.